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  • Nov 19 / 2008
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Selling and Succeeding in Turbulent Economic Times Video Interview

I was interviewed by Tom Everitt of ThinkTom.com on my upcoming seminar at the Vancouver Board of Trade next Tuesday November 25th.  Take a look at the video ( details of the event are below the video )

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Managers’ Toolbox

Speaker:

Shane Gibson, President (North America), Knowledge Brokers International Systems Ltd.

Topic:

SELLING AND SUCCEEDING IN TURBULENT ECONOMIC TIMES

Shane GibsonMany sales professionals and entrepreneurs are concerned about how they are going to weather today’s global financial storm. The rules of the game have changed with the meltdown in the banking sector, along with globalization and the introduction of disruptive technologies to almost every industry.

Succeeding in turbulent economic times is about proactively taking control of our own personal economy. Shane Gibson, president of Knowledge Brokers International, will share with you strategies to succeed in any economic condition. Fortunes have been made during times of change and economic downturn; sales people and entrepreneurs must develop a tool kit to help us adapt to and succeed in this ever-changing environment.

It’s not what happens that defines an event; it’s how we respond to it that matters. This fast-paced session will give attendees the tools, insight and strategies needed to respond to today’s marketplace conditions. You will also learn:

  • How to develop and fine-tune your sales process for any environment;
  • Why the best time to gain market share is in turbulent times;
  • The power of community and connecting;
  • How to use technology to reduce your marketing and sales costs;
  • How and why to swim against economic tides and trends;
  • Tips and steps to maintaining sanity and focus in tough times.

About the speaker
Shane Gibson is a Vancouver-based international speaker, author of Closing Bigger: The Field Guide to Closing Bigger Deals, and a global entrepreneur who has addressed several thousand people over the past thirteen years. As a trainer, coach and motivational speaker he combines a diverse background in sales force leadership, new entrepreneur development and extensive sales and leadership coaching.

Who should attend
Business owners, executives in the areas of sales, marketing, business development, sales staff, entrepreneurs and anyone responsible for or part of a team that needs to generate revenues.

Presented by The Board’s Small Business Council

CYPMAKE IT COUNT
The Vancouver Board of Trade’s 2008 Managers’ Toolbox Series qualifies for The Company of Young Professionals Engaged Leadership Certificate Credits. One session = 2 credits.
Please refer to http://www.tcyp.ca for further details.

Event#

090722

Date:

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Time:

Registration: 7:30 a.m.
Program: 7:45 – 9:45 a.m.

Location:

The Coast Plaza Hotel & Suites, Stanley Park – Comox Ballroom
1763 Comox Street

Sponsors:

CMA
Certified Management Accountants
Presented in co-operation with:
Small Business BC
Small Business BC


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  • Jul 30 / 2008
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Vancouver Board of Trade – Video Clips

The guys over at Reachd shot some video of Stephen Jagger and I during a panel discussion we participated in at the Vancouver Board of Trade called Big Impact for Your Small Business.  The video is pretty shaky (it was done on someone’s hand held but the content was good). Have a listen.


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  • Jul 26 / 2008
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Sales Video Podcast – Blogathon Entry 46 – Brand

A sales video podcast on the impact that we have on our corporate brand:

This is blogathon entry number 46 for the MSMF Blogathon. Visit this page to learn how you can support this cause.

  • Jul 26 / 2008
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Favorite Business Blogs Part 2

Stephen Jagger’s Realestate and Technology blog is always a new source of information on how technology is enabling sales people and entrepreneurs.  What I like about Steve’s blog (besides the fact that he links to me from time to time) is that Steve walks his talk and gives real advice not just teasers.

Everything from new ways of mashing up web content or great gadgets like the Flip Video they seem to be on it.  Of course being a sales person myself I like his straight forward rants.

  • Jul 26 / 2008
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Sales Professional Spotlight Ian Watt

Ian Watt is a highly energetic real estate agent here in Vancouver.  I first met Ian through Stephen Jagger and his Vancouver Real Estate Technology Meetup.  Ian has done a great job in branding and differentiating himself using video blogging. (uses the same flip Video cam that I used to shoot this video).  Here’s what the press says about Ian:

The Vancouver Sun newspaper says “Ian Watt is the star of his own business video, transforming his blog into a live show in which he tours Vancouver dispensing advice, hitting real estate hot buttons, winning over fans and enraging critics.”

Here’s an example of the type of video that Ian uses to market himself and brand himself as a Real Estate Sales Professional, what I like about this is his candid common sense approach is something a number of his peers could benefit from emulating:

This is blogathon entry number 34 for the MSMF Blogathon. Visit this page to learn how you can support this cause.

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